Biomass is derived from organic material such as agricultural and urban waste. The use of biomass for energy (bioenergy) is increasing all over the world, especially in the EU.
Biomass is necessary for producing electricity in relation to renewable energy sources. For example, today about 75% of the energy for cooling and heating is bioenergy.
Here are some biomass resources which is known as biomass feedstocks:
- Agricultural crop residue
- Dedicated energy crops
- Forestry residues
- Wood processing residues
- Wet waste
- Sorted municipal waste
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